@maique I understand. This one might be suitable for you, though. I hope it stands on its own, without the puzzle.
@cliffordbeshers It does not, I'm sorry to say 🤣 I think I'm seeing a wall of some sort, but the white part looks like it was created by a computer!
@cliffordbeshers Is it an ice sheet on the water, plus some rocky ice beneath the surface, with the sunlight shining on it?
@maique /me looks at the photo for a long time.
No. Not smoke, not steam. Light puzzle.
@odd Not a painting, but there is paint. Perhaps it would help if I said the scale is small, no more than 10cm wide, likely less.
@cliffordbeshers Light reflecting on a painted wooden fence piece. Reflection is coming from ... well, you've said old plastic covering so I'll say plastic covering a bucket.
@cliffordbeshers I've seen patterns like that on a ship's hull so the reflection could be from water ... on the plastic.
@cliffordbeshers part of a window? The only reason I said underwater, or perhaps window, is that I see artefacts above it.
@acfusco Light reflecting off plastic onto something painted is correct. No bucket, no fence.
@acfusco No water involved here. There are wave-like structures, but you wouldn't call them waves.
@odd Nope. Hand-made window in my house, built by a shop teacher, forty years ago. So, where might the plastic come in?
@odd Yes, it is the 3M insulating film from last winter. The tape has failed and the plastic curled up. Pictures tomorrow.
@cliffordbeshers Makes more sense now. I’ve never seen such film being used before. Are the windows one pane of glass? (Building code here demands double paned as a minimum I think).
@odd It’s a big picture window, but built by hand with two by fours and single paned glass. Some of them are stained glass. I have nearly replaced it five or six times, but then I worry about losing the uniqueness. But it leaks, air and water. So the shrink wrap gets me through the winter. But at some point, it will have to go.